This guide covers:

  • Online Communities
  • The Official Clojure mailing lists
  • IRC channel
  • Documentation sites
  • Clojure User Groups around the globe
  • Conferences about or related to Clojure
  • Various Community sites about Clojure (subreddit, etc)

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Online Communities

Clojure Mailing List

Clojure IRC Channels




User Groups

Videos About Clojure

Videos of talks about Clojure are often made available on InfoQ, and Clojure YouTube channel.

Podcasts About Clojure

  • Cognicast by Craig Andera often discusses topics relevant to Clojure and ClojureScript.
  • Clojure Design Club by Christoph Neumann and Nate Jones -- Functional Design in Clojure: Group therapy for recovering object-oriented developers.
  • ClojureStream by Jacek Schae -- Explore unusually expressive programming language with Lisp roots that runs on JavaScript, Java Virtual Machine, and CLR.
  • The REPL by Daniel Compton -- A weekly newsletter and podcast diving into Clojure programs and libraries.

Code Repositories

Most folks host their projects at GitHub, and most pure Clojure library distributions (with the exception of contrib) are available at Clojars.



See Community > Resources > Conferences on

Email Newsletters


Core development

See the Clojure > Development on for full details on how core development is handled.

Most feature requests and bug reports start life on which also serves as a general Clojure Q&A site.